Check out a stream of pictures, updates, and posts from this year’s Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC42).
Participants from last year’s Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC) share their views on the course, the Institute, and the Library.
Check out a stream of pictures, updates, and posts from this year’s Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC41).
Scholars, visiting faculty, and staff of the KIE are proud to welcome another diverse, international cohort to Georgetown for an intensive week of continuing bioethics education.
The forty-first Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC41) opens today for registration, continuing a long tradition of immersive summer bioethics education for professionals.
For forty years, the IBC has been treasured as “a time apart” for deep reflection on issues in bioethics. This year, a new memorial lecture series was added to the week’s festivities.
Check out a stream of pictures, updates, and posts from this year’s Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC40).
Check out a stream of pictures, updates, and posts from this year’s Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC39).
Today, the Kennedy Institute welcomed over 130 participants from all over the world for the 39th Annual Intensive Bioethics Course. Participants arrived from 15 countries ranging from Argentina to New Zealand. This year’s IBC starts off with opening remarks from Maggie Little, John Keown, and Janice Swiatek-Kelley by the course’s first plenary lecturer, James F. […]
The KIE is implementing two new sustainability initiatives for its 38th annual Intensive Bioethics Course: ecologically-driven catering and the distribution of stainless steel water bottles to all participants for use throughout.
Many new features and visitors characterize this year’s Intensive Bioethics Course for professionals at the KIE, an annual session with lectures and small group discussions with KIE scholars and guests.
The clinical practicum is a credit-bearing curricular experience for graduate students at Georgetown, who can gain direct exposure to clinical bioethics at Georgetown’s Medical Center.
Noted bioethics scholar Henk ten Have has been named to give a distinguished lecture at the KIE’s 38th annual Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC38), where he will speak on vulnerability in contemporary global bioethics.
This June’s Intensive Bioethics Course (IBC) has been approved to offer a maximum of 27 AMA PRA Category 1 Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits for participants in the health care professions.